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Ferdinand Marcos Jr., the second of his name to be elected Philippine president, officially begins his term at noon on June 30, 2022.
Marcos, the first majority-elected president since democracy was restored in 1986, is set to take his oath at the National Museum of Fine Arts in Manila.
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Bawal makalimot: Pahayag ng mga grupo sa panunumpa ni Marcos Jr.
#NeverForget – huwag makakalimot.
Pinanindigan ng mga aktibista mula sa iba’t ibang sektor ang nasabing slogan tungkol sa mga pang-aabuso noong panahon ng Martial Law ni Ferdinand E. Marcos nitong Huwebes, Hunyo 30, araw ng panunumpa bilang pangulo ng anak nitong si Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. sa National Musem of Fine Arts sa Maynila.
Nanawagan ang mga grupo para sa patuloy na paglaban sa tiraniya at disimpormasyon sa panahon ng panibagong administrasyon.
Basahin dito ang pahayag ng ilan sa kanila.
As Marcos takes oath, Martial Law victims pledge to guard vs tyranny
Survivors and victims of late dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos’ tyrannical rule pledged to guard the country against tyranny on Thursday, June 30, the same day Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. took his oath as the new Philippine president.
Martial Law victims and survivors held a program at the Bantayog ng mga Bayani in Quezon City. The memorial park was dedicated to honor the heroes and survivors who fought the late dictator.
The “Panunumpa para sa Bayan” (oath for the country), was led by renowned playwright Bonifacio Ilagan and former Commission on Human Rights chairperson Etta Rosales. Both Ilagan and Rosales are Martial Law survivors.
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LOOK: President Marcos swears in officials of Ilocos Norte
Laoag City Mayor Michael Marcos Keon, estranged from his family during election, joins them (far right) in the Palace for the mass oath-taking of Ilocos Norte officials. That's Matthew Marcos Manotoc as Gov, Cecilia Marcos Araneta as Vice Gov, Keon as Mayor and Sandro as Rep pic.twitter.com/JezO5bdcPX— Lian Buan (@lianbuan) June 30, 2022
LOOK: President Marcos swears in new Cabinet secretaries
LOOK: Marcos swears in the new Cabinet secretaries. pic.twitter.com/5FzFz1LZON— Aika Rey (@reyaika) June 30, 2022